This post is far overdue. In October, my study abroad program and I went up north to Inverness, Glen Coe, Loch Ness, etc. We stayed at the Inverness Youth Hostel, which provided us a quick breakfast each morning. Lunch was on our own during bus stops in between each of the attractions. We toured Dunrobin Castle, the battle site of Culloden, a whisky distillery and a sheep dog farm! Everyday we were greeted with even more beautiful Scottish scenery and I would definitely recommend making the trek.
On one of our breaks, a few friends and I went to One Up Restaurant. I ordered the cheese and ham toastie. My choice reminded me a lot of my little brother. He LOVES ham, and especially likes it when my mum roasts it for Christmas or Easter. The cheese was perfectly melted and the ham was better than your typical grocery store variety. The sandwiches in Scotland have been a staple of mine, since people do not really eat salads for lunch… or anytime for that matter 🙂
This is Dunrobin Castle which is situated directly on the coast.
I took this picture on my way to Loch Ness. It reminded me a lot of New England.
And this is Glen Coe. A few minutes before this picture I saw where Hagrid’s hut was filmed!